Wedding - June 5, 2010

On June 5, 2010, I had the pleasure of attending a wonderful wedding ceremony.  It felt nice to sit in the audience and be a witness to this union.  But after the pastor said, "I introduce to you, Mr. and Mrs. ----", and everyone ooohed and ahhhed, I felt I felt the urge to be behind the lens.

While the real photographers were taking wedding party pictures, the rest of us moseyed down to the first reception which consisted of very light hors d'oeuvres.  I captured as many images as I could for the bride and groom.

After that reception, some of us attended the reception dinner.  It was held in the Nasher Museum of Art.  Très chic!

Below is a slideshow of some of the day and evening's festivities, but I first have to give proper homage to this amazing cake - both in flavor and in design.

And now the slideshow:


  1. The 1st shot of the couple in front of the glass with their heads touching is PRICELESS. Many other truly nice and professional shots in here. You've got an excellent eye and I can't wait to see where "your urge to get behind the lens" takes you.

  2. What a gorgeous wedding! I love that cake - can I have a piece? ;-) Best wishes to the happy couple.

  3. What beautiful photos! Photography is something I recently became interested in. I'll be stopping by for tips! Thanks for the encouragement - let's hope this time my blog sticks lol.

  4. The pictures you took of the fresh married couple are awesome. You have got such a good "eye".

  5. what a wonderful day and beautiful couple xx

  6. Libby, I am leaving a comment here because I couldn't find your email address on the profile. This is in reply to your comment on migrating blogs to another url. I migrated from one blogspot URL to another blogspot URL.Here is how I did:
    When you go to settings tab, under basics tab within it(that's the default one that will show up when you click on settings tab), the first thing you will find is Blog tools with links to import blog, export blog and to delete blog. click on the export blog which will lead you to a button to download your blog and its content in the form of a .xml file. Save the downloaded file on your computer. go to the new URL you have created for your blog, navigate the same way as mentioned before and instead of clicking export blog, click on import blog. It will ask you to provide the xml file. Browse for it in your computer and remember to check the box for "Automatically publish all imported posts". Click on the import blog button. This will move all your contents from one blog to another. however, it won't move the add-ons that you have installed in your old blog if any. you need to add them manually again to the new URL. Hope I helped and sorry for the late reply. :-)


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